Questions for Lawyers with Jeff Adelman

Questions for Lawyers with Jeff Adelman

Personal Injury Attorney Jeff Adelman www.adelmanlawyers.com interviews different attorneys regarding their practices and areas of law. Jeff asks common questions he’s often asked that are outside of his area of practice, and has the experts answer those questions. The show is intended to be a means to educate the public, and take away some of the fear and the anxiety of that first meeting with a lawyer. For additional information, call Jeff at 954-341-2777 or email jeff@adelmanlawyers.com... Show More

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September 17, 2020 35 min
Jeff welcomes back Michelle Reichler, estate planning/guardianship attorney for a conversation about Powers of Attorney, Designation of Health Care Surrogate, Living Wills, Wills, Trusts and more and why NOW more than ever it is the time to make sure you have these documents. To learn more about Michelle and her practice, go to www.ReichlerLaw.com . Have a topic you would like discussed or would you like to be a guest on Questions ...
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As seen in the FLORIDA BAR NEWS, ABOTA Fort Lauderdale's Eric Rosen provides tips and techniques to make your litigation presentations stand out in the this new legal era where all of us have suddenly become television directors.

Prior to the webinar, new FLABOTA President Judge Nelly Khouzam of the 2nd DCA of Florida and Broward Civil Circuit Judge Carol-Lisa Phillips gave updates on ABOTA and progress towards Zoom jury trial...
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On July 30, 2020, Candidates Brenda Forman, Paul Backman, and Mark Speiser participated in what is likely the final debate for the August 18 election for the position as Broward Clerk of the Courts.

During the COVID 19 Era, we have become tethered to virtual depositions, hearings, mediations, and are even looking into some trials being conducted virtually. Change is all around us, and it is more important than ever for us to pay...
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Jeff Adelman Interviews Palm Beach circuit court judicial candidate Adam Myron about his campaign and recent endorsement from the Sun Sentinel. For more information about Adam and his campaign, go to https://adammyronforjudge.com/ or follow the campaign on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AdamMyronForJudge/
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ABOTA Fort Lauderdale President Jeff Adelman and long-time ABOTA member Mitch Chester discuss the tremendous progress that has been made in the Broward County Courthouse through the adopting by Chief Judge Jack Tuter and others in the judiciary of technology. Through several tests done on the Zoom platform including a real jury selection with real jurors from the Broward community, an opportunity is now available for 2-4 day tria...
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Friends Jeff Adelman and Byrnes Guillaume are both personal injury litigators. They took different paths to get where they are today. Some are based on circumstance and privilege, and some are based on common experience. Byrnes and Jeff will discuss these issues and more and ask tough questions of each other during this frank and open conversation in order to try and bring more understanding to racial relations, and how Ame...
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Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Jeff Adelman's guest on Tuesday is the always entertaining Andy Kasten. Andy is an insurance broker based in Coral Springs. Jeff and Andy will discuss automobile insurance including:

1) What is Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage?
2) Why you should make sure you have it?
3) What is "stacking"?
4) What does No Fault/PIP cover?
5) What do you mean I have to pay my health insurance back...
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Palm Beach County Justice Association,
Palm Beach ABOTA
Fort Lauderdale ABOTA,
and
Miami ABOTA

Presented A FREE CLE WEBINAR:
Coping with Stress, Anxiety, and other Health Issues
that have arisen during COVID-19

This was recorded on Zoom and you can watch it by clicking here https://youtu.be/M32tesM19dg

Friday, May 29, 2020 at 11:00 AM ET

Attendees receive 1.5 General CLEs and 1.5 Mental Health CLEs

At the beginning of the webinar, The Honor...
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Palm Beach County Justice Association,
Fort Lauderdale ABOTA, Jacksonville ABOTA, and Miami ABOTA

Presented a FREE CLE WEBINAR: (2 general, 2 technology approved by the Florida Bar)

Using Technology to Your Law Firm’s Advantage in the Post Covid-19 Era

(This was recorded on Zoom and can be watched by clicking this link https://youtu.be/orCiUnYZ9ow )


Friday, May 22, 2020 at 11:00 AM Eastern Time

During this webinar,
James "Jamie&...
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Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Adelman welcomes back bankruptcy lawyer Stephen Orchard to discuss the CARES Act, high profile bankruptcy cases recently in the news, changes/updates to Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws for small business and much more. The interview is available for replay on Youtube, Apple Podcast, Facebook, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Google Play, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. For more information about Mr. Orchard&...
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Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Jeff Adelman interviews Matthew Konecky of Palm Beach Gardens about changes in his criminal law practice during the Covid-19 Era. Jeff and Matt discuss the suspension of "speedy trial" rules by the Florida Supreme Court, how the pandemic has affected access to court generally, criminal activity since the pandemic, violations of stay at home orders and more. For more information about Mr. ...
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In an all new Questions for Lawyers, Jeff interviews his FSU friend and tax lawyer Claudia Moncarz, J.D., L.L.M., who will discuss tax issues that will come up in the next few months in the wake of COVID-19. Claudia has clients all over the nation as well as the world, and is able to guide her clients smoothly through the potential pitfalls of dealing with the I.R.S. Whether it's individually or for your business, this promi...
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Judge Carol-Lisa Phillips (Broward) and Jennifer Bailey (Miami) address the legal community concerning changes at their respective courthouses during the COVID-19 Pandemic on April 10, 2020. As these addresses preceded a CLE on Zoom depositions, they address litigants' concern over opposing counsel delaying depositions until they can be done in person, among other issues. For more information check out our website at www.abota...
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On April 3, 2020, Broward Chief Judge Jack Tuter addressed the legal community in a Zoom forum concerning changes to the civil division in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Judge Tuter stated that the Broward Courts have 100 Zoom accounts, that no attorney has a reasonable objection to using Zoom, in addition to other information pertaining to keeping the wheels of the civil justice system turning.
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ABOTA Fort Lauderdale President Jeffrey Adelman and 2015 ABOTA Fort Lauderdale Lawyer of the Year Mitchell Chester discuss the changes that are coming to the practice of law due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. They discuss Zoom video conferencing, changes to motion practice, and additional changes quickly coming to litigation practice as judges and lawyers adjust to this fluid situation the country is facing. ABOTA Fort Lauderdale is bei...
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Jeff interviews his former law clerk, and now Board Certified Construction Lawyer Jason Handin of Ward Damon regarding proper ways of protecting yourself and your family when you are hiring a contractor for renovations or new construction. Jason is a second generation lawyer and as well second generation guest on "Questions For Lawyers," the son of attorney Gary Handin. Aside from discussing these steps, Jason will talk abo...
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In this episode, Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Jeff Adelman interviews fellow Coral Springs lawyer Adam Baron to discuss Worker's Compensation claims LIVE on the Adelman Injury Law Facebook page. They will discuss the differences between a worker's compensation claim and a personal injury claim, how payment of an injured worker's medical bills works, whether a worker's compensation claim prevents an injured pe...
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Jeff Adelman interviews Board Certified Marital and Family Law Attorney, Gary Dolgin, Candidate for Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge, Group 30.

Gary runs a successful private practice in Tampa since 1993, and has been practicing law for 29 years. He previously served as an Assistant Public Defender and an Assistant State Attorney. Jeff will ask Gary about what drives his candidacy to serve the people of the Tampa area as a J...
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Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Jeff Adelman welcomes Adam Myron, Esq. to the program. Mr. Myron is running for Circuit Court Judge in Palm Beach County, Group 30. Election date is August 18, 2020. Jeff will ask about his legal career and experience, why he wants the position as Circuit Court Judge, and what he offers to the voters of Palm Beach County if elected to that position. We will also discuss balancing his career with r...
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Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Jeff Adelman interviews his fellow Nova Law alum Bart Ostrzenski regarding landlord/tenant legal issues from both perspectives. One of the most frequent areas of the law Jeff gets asked about aside from personal injury, this should be of interest to many. For more information about Bart and his firm, located in Boca Raton, go to www.oslawyers.com or call 954-229-2468.
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